The Conservation Agency

The Conservation Agency (TCA) is a Scientific Not-for-Profit Organization (501(c)(3) based on Conanicut Island in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Isand. We work both nationally and internationally to provide and publish scientific data contributing to the protection of biodiversity and promoting sustainable relationships with valued wildlife.

Explore, Discover, Conserve

Alpha male from Sachuest Pack, Katy Wolfe

Narragansett Bay Coyote Study

NBCS is a public service project designed to develop science-based strategies to manage and coexist safely with coyotes. NBCS uses novel scientific methods, like GPS tracking, to study factors influencing coyote abundance, resource use, and behavior, on the Narragansett Bay Islands.

Anegada rock Iguana, Numi Mitchell

Guana Island

In our longest running project, the Guana Island research team has been cataloging the flora and fauna, discovering new species, and protecting or restoring endangered wildlife in the British Virgin Islands for 35 years.

Turks cap, John Binns

 Other Projects

Other projects from Asia to Australia where TCA has helped to explore, discover, and conserve….